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The education of the financial responsibilities on the second grade of primary schools
Masařová, Anna ; Tichá, Milena (advisor) ; Zicha, Zbyněk (referee)
Bachelor thesis deals with financial literacy at the second stage of elementary school. Attention is focused on the evaluation of textbooks and workbooks available to teachers. The first part of the thesis is focused on the definition of financial literacy and key documents. Next part of the thesis is devoted to the inclusion of financial literacy in the framework of the curriculum and then to the specific School educational program. The last part is devoted to the evaluation of textbooks and workbooks, which are evaluated according to predetermined criteria from the relevant literature. Finally, the recommendations of specific textbooks and workbooks on the teaching of financial literacy are made. The thesis could serve as a basic orientation in key documents dealing with financial literacy. The thesis could help teachers involved in the teaching of financial literacy with the selection of textbooks and workbooks. KEYWORDS financial literacy, textbook, workbook
Hodnocení užitkových vlastností potomstva brojlerových slepic
MASÁROVÁ, Anna
The aim of the diploma thesis was to evaluate the performance of commercial broiler chicken genotypes Ross 308, Cobb 500 and Hubbard F15. Parental test consisted of parent rearing up to the age of 22 weeks, the laying period up to the age of 62 weeks and from fattening progeny tests (lasting for 35 days or else 42 days). Hybrid Ross 308 chickens reached the highest live weight at the end of the rearing period. Hubbard F15 chickens had the lowest feed consumption per head and day and also the lowest mortality rate. Hybrid Hubbard F15 showed the highest number of hatched chickens per 1 laying hen (137.2 pcs), the lowest feed consumption per head and day (149.4 g) and the highest fertility of hatching eggs (9,2 %). Hybrid Ross 308 showed the highest weight of hatching eggs and live weight at the end of the laying period (cockerels 5 029 g, pullets 4 310 g). Cobb 500 cockerels (2 397 g) and Hubbard F 15 pullets (2 145 g) showed the highest live weight during the 35 day fattening period. The highest breast weight was at the hybrid Cobb 500 (516.9 g) and the thighs weight was the highest at Hubbard F15 (511.9 g). The highest carcass yield was observed at hybrid Cobb 500 (76.30%). During the extended fattening period of 42 days had the highest live weight cockerels Ross 308 (3 096 g), Cobb 500 and Hubbard F15 pullets (2 688 g and 2 682 g). The highest breast weight was observed at hybrid Ross 308 (697.0 g) and thighs weight at hybrid Hubbard F15 (707.6 g). The highest carcass yield was at hybrid Hubbard F15 (78.0%).
Analysis of a growing ability of the chicken hybrid in the chosen company
MASÁROVÁ, Anna
The bachelor thesis deals with the use of potential growth ability of commercial broiler Ross 308.27,100 chickens were enrolled in the summer batch and it was finished after 36 days of fattening. 26,500 chickens were in the winter batch and it was finished at the age of 37 days. Although hybrids in the summer batch were one day younger, they achieved better fattening parameters. Their average final live weight was 140 g higher and feed consumption per 1 kg weight gain was 14 g lower.The mortality in the summer batch was 2.24% and 4% in the winter batch. 100 individuals were weighed everyday during fattening period. External influences, particularly temperature and feeding technique, that was not optimal, caused that the absolute difference in the live weight at the end of the batch reached 72 g in the summer batch and 491 g in the winter batch in comparison with the technical guidelines. The average coefficient of variation for the whole fattening period was in the summer batch 9.3% (moderate uniform flock) and in the winter batch was 12.9% (a little uniform flock).

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